Currituck County officials announced Wednesday they are still in the process of mailing new access permits to property owners that are valid for 2023 and 2024, and all property owners should receive the stickers by the end of February.
Due to the delay, permits that expired at the end of 2022 will still be valid through February 28.
The non-adhesive decals can be used in the same way as the solid waste decal that was previously issued, and can be transferred from one vehicle to another.
Display the permit on the driver’s side, lower corner of the windshield in order to utilize the trash and recycling centers, park on the four-wheel drive beach and re-enter designated areas after an emergency evacuation.
Stickers for mainland property owners will be blue, while Currituck Outer Banks property owners will receive red permits. Those who own property on both the mainland and Outer Banks will get red stickers.
Only two permits will be issued per property, with no exceptions. Replacement stickers cost $75 each.
If you do not receive your permits by January 31, 2023, contact the Currituck County Manager’s office at (252) 232-2075. The 2020-22 permit will be valid through January 31, 2023.
Long-term renters may request permits by completing the online application found at https://currituckcountync.gov/access-permits/, where you can also find more information about the permits.